Safe Harbors of the Hudson just announced on the facebook page that hey have studio apartments and artists lofts available in their Cornerstone Building on Broadway. Studio apartments vary in layout are between 250 and 350 square feet in size. They are also furnished with a twin bed and mattress, 3-drawer dresser, café table and two chairs, and ceiling fan. Artist lofts vary in layout and are between 575 and 625 square feet in size. It also includes use of a shared 4000-square-foot art studio. Click here for more information.
Take a ride down some of the humbler streets in Newburgh, ones without the mansions, where the factory workers used to live. It’s where the heart and soul of the city is. This property used to have a storefront, and it is privately owned. For detailed information, check the Orange County tax records. I also love the […]
Back in March of this year, there was a fundraiser for the Newburgh Illuminated Festival. It was in Thornwillow Institute on South Lander. Wow, was this a party. Good things are happening all around the city. Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration Flickr pool to be used on the blog, or email me. […]
The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue. Photo by NR Flickr user Nancy Layne. Pete’s Hot Dogs: A Newburgh institution [HV1] When Public Art and Historic Preservation Clash [ST] Feds: 20 suspects from violent Newburgh gang charged [THR] Newburgh IDs […]
Grand Street has some of the most spectacular architecturally significant properties in Newburgh. This house has been boarded up for a while. There are some great bones here to bring back to life. This property is owned by the City of Newburgh. For detailed information, check the Orange County tax records. There are over 700 abandoned or vacant […]
Newburgh’s newest brewery, Graft Cider, had their first pop-up last weekend. Located a little further west, this section of Ann Street doesn’t see the same foot traffic as other commercial corridors. All the more reason to check out what goes on behind their closed doors. The pop-up gave everyone a chance to tour the brewery, […]